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The Vampira Show - rare 1954 television clips

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As the ghoulish and campy Vampira, pin-up model Maila Nurmi was television's first horror hostess in 1954-55. No film of her shows exist except for a rare promotional kinescope re-creating her famous entrance and some of her macabre comedy segments. Here are two brief bits also seen in the 2006 documentary "Vampira: The Movie". In the second bit there is a slight glitch during her punchline: 'Everyone knows electricity is for chairs."

She went on to do small roles in a few B pictures including Ed Wood's notorious schlock classic "Plan 9 from Outer Space".


This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV

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Keywords: tv; vintage; television; horror; films; movies; 50s; 1950s

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